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1999-11-27

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Supreme Court makes it official: no forced Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for atheists
 
1999-11-24

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'Choose Life' Car Plate Approved
 
1999-11-24

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Boise residents plant their crosses in effort to save Christian religious monument
 
1999-11-19

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Documents May Confirm Charges Of Impropriety In Idaho Cross Sale
 
1999-11-16

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Religious groups' ads promote "cure" for homosexuality
 
1999-11-15

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School Prayer at the Supreme Court
 
1999-11-15

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Atheists Call For Removal Of Idaho Cross
 
1999-11-14

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Illinois town rallies to support Ten Commandments display
 
1999-11-11

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Robertson calls for "rebellion" as Kentucky rally supports commandments display
 
1999-11-09

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Survey says atheists "infiltrate" churches
 
1999-11-08

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Kansas poll reveals strong creationist beliefs, but majority support teaching evolution
 
1999-11-06

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More groups announce opposition to Religious Liberty Protection Act
 
1999-11-04

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House resolution supports pre-game religious prayer
 
1999-10-31

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Churches seek special legal protection from suits
 
1999-10-20

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Defiance continues at Texas games over prayer
 
1999-10-19

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Bush in stealth meeting with Religious Right leaders
 
1999-10-16

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Kansas evolution debate flares again
 
1999-10-15

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Judge rules in favor of church promotion night
 
1999-10-13

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Bible Week proclamation upheld on standing technicality
 
1999-10-07

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Four US Representatives speak out against church/state separation, atheism
 
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